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Walking holiday in Flinders Ranges, South Australia

An opportunity to climb the highest peak in the Flinders Ranges - St Mary Peak - plus several other challenging climbs. Easy walking on the floor of spectacular Wilpena Pound. See Aboriginal shelters with ochre paintings. Explore remote gorges in the southern Flinders Ranges. Enjoy relaxing around a campfire in the evenings. Stay in great accommodation with comfortable beds and fantastic food, while discovering Flinders Ranges. What strikes you most about the Flinders Ranges is the amazing geology of the place, an ancient landscape that once stood taller than the Himalayas. Dutchmans Stern juts dramatically from the surrounding plains, the summit providing expansive views over the range ... Read more >
From AU $2,995 excluding flights

Great Ocean Walk holiday in Victoria, Australia

The Great Ocean Walk is a group guided accommodated walking holiday. As there are two guides, you will have the opportunity to complete the entire long distance track or walk just selected sections. The setting is the Great Otway National Park, Victoria’s newest park and the largest coastal park in the state. Expect breathtaking coastal scenery, remote terrain, magnificent forests, abundant wildlife and colourful heathlands. Highlights include the spectacular limestone sea-stacks known as the Twelve Apostles, groves of Manna Gums inhabited by koalas, pretty spring-fed Rainbow Falls cascading to the sea platforms below and deserted beaches featuring some of the highest sea-cliffs in ... Read more >
From AU $2,595 excluding flights

Bibbulmun Track self guided walk in Western Australia

The Bibbulmun Track is Western Australia's longest walking trail at almost 1000km, going all the way from Perth to Albany on the south coast. We've selected the most scenic and varied coastal and karri forest sections between Walpole and Albany. Hike through magnificent towering karri and tingle forests to the Ancient Empire walk and Tree Tops Walk high up in the canopy. Those tingle trees are large enough to park a car in them. Onwards to the ocean and a coastline that's liberally dotted with breathtaking beaches and idyllic coves. We've deliberately avoided lots of beach walking though, focussing instead on cliff top tracks with many elevated vantage points offering stunning ... Read more >
From AU $2,395 excluding flights

The Great South West Walk in Victoria, Australia

This has got to be Victoria's best kept secret - a 250km continuous loop track that includes dramatic coastlines, the joy of walking beside a meandering river and remote bushland full of wildlife, bird and native flowers. It’s promoted as a “Symphony in Four Movements”. The first stage is the Cobboboonee Forest containing the headwaters of the Surry and Fitzroy Rivers. Expect to see kangaroos bounding across the track and be delighted by the shrieks of rare red-tailed black cockatoos. Next comes the peaceful Glenelg River, a haven for walkers, fishermen and canoeists. The river widens as it nears the coast and then carves its way through a spectacular limestone gorge. Onto the pristine ... Read more >
From AU $1,995 excluding flights

Great Ocean Walk self guided tour, Australia

The Great Ocean Walk is an Inn-to-Inn accommodated walking holiday. You progress along a scenic section of the Great Ocean Road area, walking along beaches and through National Parks from one delightful accommodation to the next. We move your luggage for you while you are out walking. This holiday is a Self-Guided trip. The setting is the Great Otway National Park, Victoria’s newest park and the largest coastal park in the state. Expect breathtaking coastal scenery, remote terrain, magnificent forests, abundant wildlife and colourful heathlands. Highlights include the spectacular limestone sea-stacks known as the Twelve Apostles, groves of Manna Gums inhabited by koalas, pretty spring-fed ... Read more >
From AU $1,775 excluding flights

Mornington Peninsula walking holiday in Victoria, Australia

An old favourite of ours returns! Only two hours from Melbourne and you'll find yourself hiking along cliff top tracks on rugged back beaches, strolling along picturesque bay beaches, and sipping cappuccinos in boutique cafes. This is walking with attitude. There are four distinctly different walking experiences on this circuit route. The Two Bays Track heads across the widest section of the peninsula via Arthurs Seat and King Falls to serene Bushranger Bay. The Coastal Walk section features Cape Schanck where you can take a lighthouse tour, then continues along the wild back beaches all the way to Portsea. Some beaches have life guards on duty, so you can enjoy a refreshing swim. The ... Read more >
From AU $1,895 excluding flights

Victoria self guided walking tour in Australia

Experience the very best of nature in the compact State of Victoria. Walk amongst the towering rainforests of the Otway Ranges, see the spectacularly sculpted Great Ocean Road, and walk in the rugged Grampians National Park. Cap it off with a visit to Sovereign Hill in Ballarat. Lush vegetation, ancient fern gullies and cascading waterfalls of the Otways form the understorey for massive mountain ash trees - the world's tallest flowering plant. See the forest from up high on the Otway Fly elevated walk. Next it's on to the wild beaches and precipitous coastline of the 12 Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge. Approach the Grampians from the south for breathtaking views as one jagged mountain range ... Read more >
From AU $2,995 excluding flights

Tasmania coastal walking holiday, Australia

On this holiday we’ll focus on the sunny east coast with its magnificent beaches, rugged rocky promontories and rich colonial history. There are two days of walking on the Bay of Fires walk, which, like so much of the east coast, is dominated by pink granite with a very high quartz content that breaks down into pure white sand. The white sands combined with magnificent outcrops of pink granite, orange lichen and an azure blue sky make this walk a photographer’s delight. Expect to see kangaroos and wallabies and it’s also a great walk for observing sea birds such as gulls, terns, gannets, albatrosses, oystercatchers and majestic sea eagles. There’s even the opportunity to see penguins at ... Read more >
From AU $2,795 excluding flights

Grampians walking holidays, Victoria, Australia

Everywhere you look in the Grampians you will see cliffs and forest. The hundreds of cliffs and rough valleys provide refuge for many native animals, including birds, which are easily seen. It is one of the best places to see Australian animals. The sandy soil is ideal for native plants, making this national park famous for its spring wildflowers. There are actually flowers all year except for autumn. Even though the area receives a low rainfall of about 700mm per year, beautiful streambeds, waterfalls and caves have been carved into the ranges. Hike the fascinating Grand Canyon circuit through the Wonderland Range, passing many unusual rock formations including the Elephant’s Hide, Venus ... Read more >
From AU $1,845 excluding flights

Western Australia walking holiday, Cape to Cape

Our Cape to Cape trip is an INN-to-INN accommodated walking holiday. You progress along the track moving from one fabulous accommodation to the next including B&Bs, country retreat and resorts. We move your luggage for you while you are out walking. Walk with your friends, a minimum of two people is required and choose your own starting date. From March the temperature and humidity starts to drop and the walking is great. The middle of winter can be cold and wet and river crossings may be difficult. By September, springtime is in the air. This holiday is not available over the hot summer months of December to February. If you are a solo walker or prefer to go with a guide we also have a ... Read more >
From AU $2,495 excluding flights

Great Alpine Walk holiday in Victoria, Australia

This holiday focuses on Victoria’s high country, a mountainous area located in the northeast of the state. This is a true alpine experience. Highlights include the classic Razorback Ridge to Mt Feathertop, the second highest peak in Victoria. The undulating ridge offers panoramic views all the way. From here the route continues down to the picturesque village of Harrietville. Another “big tick” will be the walk from Hotham to Falls Creek via the Cobungra Valley, Derricks Hut and Dibbins Hut. The historic huts circuit walk will delight history buffs and remote Mt Tabletop is a favourite place to sit and ponder the beauty of the region. Read more >
From AU $2,095 excluding flights

Tasmania wilderness walking holiday in Australia

Group guided walking holidays are a fun, informative way to explore new areas. On this trip, group sizes vary from 10-12 people. It is easy to get to know other people on the tour, and the small numbers mean that you and your guides can have some flexibility in the daily program. We have lots of fun on these tours, and people often make good friends with other people on the trips. You will need to carry a light day-pack each day, containing basic essential items, such as lunch and water. You will be accompanied by two experienced guides. Our guides are also fun people to spend a week with! The guides' role is to lead the group, provide information about the environment you are walking ... Read more >
From AU $3,495 excluding flights

New South Wales walking holidays, Australia

The Roof of Australia incorporates walking up Mt Kosciuszko. At the top, our walkers have a genuine 360 degree view from Australia's highest mountain. Unique feldmark plants that occur nowhere else on earth, earning the region prestigious UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status. See Blue Lake, Headley Tarn and Cootapatamba ancient glacial lakes. Stay in cosy lodges in alpine villages nestled snuggly in pretty valleys. You may even be lucky enough to see wild brumbies. Our Roof of Australia is available as a guided group INN-to-INN accommodated walking holiday or Self-Guided trips on this itinerary, starting any day over summer. You traverse the Snowy Mountains, walking from one delightful ski ... Read more >
From AU $2,595 excluding flights
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